High cheekbones. We all want them, but why? Scientific research has found that prominent cheekbones might be linked with higher levels of estrogen and may even be an indication of trustworthiness. Regardless of the reason, there’s no doubt that defined cheekbones are ‘in.’ While we may not all be as genetically blessed as Kendall Jenner or Bella Hadid, there are a number of ways we can define our cheekbones.
What Are High Cheekbones?
‘High cheekbones’ is a phrase we’ve probably all heard of at some point. In theory, we get it. But do we really understand what it means to have defined cheeks? Also referred to as the malar bone or zygomatic bone, the cheekbones are the facial structure that supports the cheeks. When the bones sit closer to the eyes, they are considered to be ‘high’ cheekbones.
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